Do I have to pay Rimagined to set up a store?

Joining and starting a shop on Rimagined is free. You pay only a service fee for products sold through Rimagined. The service fee depends upon the price or the product portfolio. It can range between 10 – 30% of the cost price of the product. Drop an email to us at to discuss this further.

How do I get paid?

When you set-up your shop profile, you will be prompted to enter your bank account details. Once a sale is made on Rimagined, and the order fulfilled by you, we will transfer your realisation amount to your account within 10 days.

What can I sell on Rimagined?

Rimagined is a marketplace for upcycled products. You can sell a wide range of products including furniture, home decor, and accessories.

What do I need to do to create a shop?

It’s easy to set up a shop front. Register as a seller on, create your profile, set-up your shop front, list products with pictures, provide bank details and start selling.

Who takes care of Logistics?

We have partnership with the logistics service provider. So all you need to do is have the product packed and ready for shipment. The logistics partner will pick it up from you and ship it directly to the customer.

Do I have to keep a huge stock of inventory for all products?

The answer is No. But we want you to maintain a sufficient inventory that will help you ship it within 24 hrs of receiving the customer order. And based on the order history, you can decide the stock level for each of the products on your catalog. And if there are items that will be made only after the order comes, you will need to inform us (while adding the item to the catalog) so that orders can be placed for such items as well. Otherwise, the item will be treated as “Out of Stock” and the customer will not be allowed to order that particular item.

I won’t have more than one piece of every item. So how can I manage this?

The stock for such items will be maintained as 1 and when the customer order is received, the item will go out of stock. So the other way to look at such scenario is a continuous churn in your catalog which will interest the customers as they will always have something new to look at in your catalog.

All my items are handmade and no 2 pieces will be exactly the same. Will that be a problem ?

Handcrafted items will always be different from machine made items. So all you will need to do is add a disclaimer on your storefront saying no 2 pieces will exactly be the same as these are handcrafted and unique.

Will I have to give you the stock in advance (consignment) ?

The stock will be maintained by the sellers. The shipment will get picked up from the seller and shipped directly to the customer